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The waves

The waves come and go
the waves come and go
sand foaming
with its gentle fragance
the sea is a flow
from divine wonders
enclose sea mystery
with its aroma of siren
everyone loves to play
and bathe in it
beause it senses clean
and cool thing beautiful
enclose sea mystery
fish, algae play with her
dance snails
they make sounds to the stars
that flow deeper
flowing therein
it is divine providence
also emanates from it.
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Submitted on October 09, 2013

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I born in Santiago of Cuba , Cuba in 1963 right now live in Hialeah Gardens , Miami FloridaI like the poetry because is very spirit . Iam 50 years old. My name is Anibal Oriol Giro Calderon, I like this country very much because is good. more…

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